Posts by Suzanne Perry

Heinz Endowments Shares Power With the Community
April 10, 2017

Whenever people in philanthropy talk about things that need fixing, the question of power often enters the conversation: Foundations have a lot, grantees not so much.

Alaska Conservation Foundation Starts New Fund
February 3, 2017

The surprise election of Donald Trump has prompted many nonprofits to quickly regroup--and try to raise money--to challenge an administration that is hostile to their...

"Pay for Success" Projects Take Off
January 3, 2017

Despite the best efforts of philanthropy and government, poverty and other social problems persist.

A Way to Tell Your Story
November 11, 2016

When people want to find our more about your organization, they just might turn to GuideStar, a website that posts...

But You Have the Expertise
September 22, 2016

Dealing with foundations can be intimidating. We tend to equate money with power -- and they've got the money.

Social Justice and Equity Are Key
September 7, 2016

If you want to get a glimpse at the philanthropy of tomorrow, take a look at the next generation of grantmakers.

A New Report Provides Clues
July 28, 2016

To fundraisers who work with major donors, these profiles of budding philanthropists will probably ring a bell:

What’s the Impact?
July 18, 2016

If you work at a nonprofit that raises money the traditional way – from foundations, individuals, and government -- you may be wondering:  why do I need to care about “...

But Don't Forget Stories!
June 10, 2016

Sure, funders want to see data that show what kind of impact your programs are having.

Flexibility Is Key
May 31, 2016

Two (or more) funders are better than one, right?

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